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10 pampering bath and body products to treat yourself

Section: Skin & Hair

Got the midwinter miseries? Cheer yourself up with a spa night at home: we’ve rounded up 10 gloriously indulgent, comforting bath time treats to soften skin and soothe your senses.

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Spa Find Sculpted Silhouette Inchwrap Super Cellulite Cream, £21.70; Anti-Cellulite Body Serum, £28.60; Intensive Bust Firming Serum, £28.60; all

The Spa Find Sculpted Silhouette range not only gives you a bit of luxury in each bottle, but also aims to banish cellulite and firm up your boobs. Slather any problem areas in the cellulite serum and moisturiser, then massage the bust serum into your chest, for a really relaxing spa-at-home treatment. 
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Dr Hauschka Spruce Warming Bath Essence (£9,

This is winter-in-a-bottle. With essential oils of Norway spruce and jojoba, it makes for a blissful bath, especially if you’re feeling under the weather. Sink in and breathe deeply…
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Organic Surge Lavender Meadow Foaming Bath (£5.99, John Lewis, Waitrose)

No nasty parabens or chemical scents here: this gorgeous bath foam smells like a lavender field in Provence. With top quality organic ingredients, it’s fantastic value for money, too.
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Aveda Shampure Composition (£22,

We love a hard-working beauty hero: slick this super-light oil on hair, scalp, nails, face, feet, hands or all over your body and it’ll nourish skin parched by central heating and cold winds.
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NEOM Organics Comforting Scented Candle (£45,

The meditative effect of candlelight helps to clear the mind and aid sleep. NEOM Organics’ new Comforting candle is scented with cedarwood, vetiver and star anise: all super-soothing fragrances.
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Penhaligons Artemisia Bath Oil (£39,

Not cheap, but worth the investment for the exquisite fragrance alone. You’ll get a hint of spring in notes of lily and green apples, but magically it leaves skin scented with honey and warm spice. A luxe treat.
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Call the Midwife Have a Good Soak Bath Salts (£10, Marks & Spencer)

A long soak in a warm bath = bedtime heaven. The cutesy vintage styling of this jar of traditional bath salts means it’ll look good on your bathroom shelf, too.
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Rituals Hammam Hot Scrub (£19.50,

Slough away dry skin with a mix of purifying sea salt, warming ginger and refreshing eucalyptus. Five minutes of massage and your skin will be like new!
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Aromas Artesanales de Antigua Triple Milled Soaps (£3.99 each,

A posh soap is a true thing of beauty, and even better if it’s well within the budget. Prettily packaged and long-lasting, these artisan soaps are vegetable-based and handmade with shea butter and botanic oils.
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Elemis Frangipani Monoi Body Oil (£32,

Dreaming of summer holidays and far-flung beaches? Make do with this rich treatment oil, scented with coconut and frangipani. Use it as a hair mask while you soak, or slick on damp skin as a luxurious body moisturiser.

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